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Talk of the Town – March 2019

BookManBookWoman Television Reviews for “Talk of the Town,” March, 2019

  • “The Huntress,” by Kate Quinn (William Morrow)
  • “The Border: A Novel (Power of the Dog Book 3),” by Don Winslow (HarperCollins)
  • “Lives Laid Away,” by Stephen Mack Jones (SoHo Crime)
  • “The Silent Patient,” by Alex Michaelides
  • “Temple’s Tigerbelles,” by Dwight Lewis & Susan Thomas, illustrated by James    R. Threalkill
  • “The Wedding Guest,” by Jonathan Kellerman (Ballantine)
  • “The Editor,” by Steven Rowley (Putnam)
  • “The Lost Girls of Paris,” by Pam Jenoff (Park Row Books)
  • “What is Given from the Heart,” by Patricia C. McKissack & April Harrison (Schwartz & Wade Books)
  • “There Are No Bears in This Bakery,” by Julia Sarcone-Roach (Knopf)
  • “I Miss You When I Blink,” by Mary Laura Philpott (Atria Books)
  • “Skyward – Claim the Stars,” by Brandon Sanderson (Delacorte Press)
  • “The Fork, the Witch, and the Worm,” by Christopher Paolini (Knopf)
  • “Confessions of a Christian Mystic,” by River Jordan (FaithWorks)
  • “Finding Dorothy,” by Elizabeth Letts (Ballantine)
  • “American Pop,” by Snowden Wright (William Morrow)
  • “We Cast a Shadow,” by Maurice Carolos Ruffin (One World/Random House)
  • “Gray Day – My Undercover Mission to Expose America’s First Cyber Spy,” by Eric O’Neill (Crown)
  • “Black Leopard, Red Wolf, (The Dark Star Trilogy) by Marlon James (Riverhead Books)
  • “The Hiding Place,” by C. J. Tudor (Crown)

 

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